Coping with chronic pain after treatment

Source: Breast Cancer Care

Published on CancerPort on 8 Apr 2017 | This extract has been reproduced on CancerPort as published on the Breast Cancer Care's website and remains the property of the original source.

Chronic pain after breast cancer treatment can seriously affect your quality of life. Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist Rachel Rawson looks at ways to manage lasting pain caused by treatment. If you’re still experiencing pain months or even years after your treatment for breast cancer, you’re not alone.

Click here to find out how to manage chronic pain.
 

Reference: Breast Cancer Care (15 Dec 2015) Coping with chronic pain after treatment (Online) hhttps://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/information-support/vita-magazine/coping-chronic-pain-after-treatment (Accessed 8 Apr 2017)

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